LOOKING FORWARD TO WALKS IN THE SAND AND GRASS THIS SUMMER? BE SURE TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET.
If you have diabetes, you face a higher risk of foot problems because:
|•||Diabetes can reduce the amount of blood going to your feet. This can slow the time it takes sores to heal.|
|•||Nerve damage from diabetes can cause you to lose feeling in your feet. A blister, sore, callus, or cut could go unnoticed, leading to even worse foot problems.|